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Old 11th February 2018, 17:18
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JG2 pilot casualties 12.02.1942

Can anyone identify any of the pilots who were involved in these incidents?

12.02.42 Lfl. 3 Stab / JG 2 Pilot unknown. Stabsschwarm Messerschmitt WNr. 8338 15% Near Dordrecht (Holland). Forced-landing due to petrol Bf 109 F-4
shortage (Brennstöffmängel).
12.02.42 Lfl. 3 I. / JG 2 Pilot unknown. Staffel Messerschmitt WNr. 7053 20%
Raversijde (Ostend) Fl. Pl. Undercarriage collapsed on land- Bf 109 F-4
ing (fahrwerkschaden).
12.02.42 Lfl. 3 II. / JG 2 Pilot unknown. Staffel Messerschmitt WNr. 7640 30% Near Zuid-Beijerland (Holland). Forced-landing due to pet- Bf 109 F-4
shortage (Brennstöffmängel).
12.02.42 Lfl. 3 II. / JG 2 Pilot unknown. Staffel Messerschmitt WNr. 9652 20% Vlissingen (Flushing) Fl. Pl. Undercarriage collapsed on Bf 109 F-2
landing (fahrwerkschaden).
12.02.42 Lfl. 3 II. / JG 2 Pilot unknown. Staffel Messerschmitt WNr. 7058 85% Waalhaven (Den Haag) Fl. Pl. Crashed-landing due to pet- Bf 109 F-4
rol shortage (Brennstöffmängel).
12.02.42 Lfl. 3 II. / JG 2 Pilot unknown. Staffel Messerschmitt WNr. 7651 85% Vlissingen (Flushing) Fl. Pl. Crashed-landing in bad airfield Bf 109 F-4
visibility and low cloud base.
12.02.42 Lfl. 3 III. / JG 2 Pilot unknown. Staffel Messerschmitt WNr. 7062 10% Near Srijenham (Tholen). Emergency-landing due to petrol Bf 109 F-4
shortage (Brennstöffmängel).
12.02.42 Lfl. 3 III. / JG 2 Pilot unknown. Staffel Messerschmitt WNr. 7336 40% Coxyde (Furnes) Fl. Pl. Crashed-landing: cause unknown. Bf 109 F-4
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Old 11th February 2018, 19:57
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Re: JG2 pilot casualties 12.02.1942

Hi Keith,

on 12 February 1942 the Bf 109 F-4 8338 from Stab/JG 2 was flown by Oblt Erich Leie.
This aircraft was lost on 5 June 1942:
1./JG 2 Uffz Fritz Herke KIA Luftkampf, Absturz bei Abbeville-Drucat, 100%.

On 12 February 1942 the Bf 109 F-4 7053 belonged to the II./JG 1 (not I./JG 2), pilot unknown.
This aircraft was lost on 8 May 1942:
10.(Jabo)/JG 2 Uffz Bruno Görendt KIA Luftkampf Spitfire, Absturz bei Worthing, Absprung ohne Fallschirm, 100%.

On 12 February 1942 the Bf 109 F-4 7651 belonged to the I./JG 2 (not II./JG 2), pilot unknown.
This aircraft was damaged again on 10 August 1942, pilot unknown:
6./JG 27 Motorstörung Bauchlandung Bir-el-Abd, 35%.

Sources: JFV Vol. 7 and 8/I.

Regards
Leo
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Re: JG2 pilot casualties 12.02.1942

The problem will always be no pilot casualty no name
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Re: JG2 pilot casualties 12.02.1942

Ye. Many thanks Leo, again
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